Tuesday, August 6, 2013

fastcompany:

The top two images are heat maps of stores’ foot traffic, and the third is a map of a shopper’s movements between a chain’s various stores. Here’s what brick-and-mortar stores see when the track you.

You don’t get moral authority simply from being elected (or amassing personal wealth). Moral authority is about character, something you have to continue to earn by how you behave, build trust with your people, and empower people with the truth. Author and CEO of the corporate good governance company LRN Dov Seidman in leadership lessons from Turkey’s unrest: the rise of moral authority. (via fastcompany)
You’ll get older but not necessarily wiser. Wisdom isn’t about not making mistakes but about learning to escape afterwards with our dignity and sanity intact. Richard Templar (via enlightened-eloquently)